Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation
The Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation is located within Pennsylvania's 2,606-acre Ridley Creek State Park. The 112-acre Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation itself is a living history farm, depicting life in the region circa 1760 through 1790. Demonstrations include food preservation, open hearth cooking, fiber processing, and farming.
The park offers 12 miles of trails, gardens, and 14 picnic areas. The plantation offers costumed living history interpreters; demonstrations; educational programs which meet state history, geography, environment, and ecology standards; workshops; lecture, demonstration, and/or hands-on outreach programs; summer camps; Scout programs; and group tours. Reservations are required for group tours, and on site educational programs are available between April and mid-November only.